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3 People often want to blame someone when things go wrong People spend hours in court trying to find the guilty person So how would you explain the death of Curleys wife Who was irresponsible In our time people like Lennie are put to death similar acts Argue who is responsible and explain how events took such a tragic turn As you would blame others blame yourself as you would forgive yourself forgive others - Chinese Proverb This quote accurately depicts an ideal situation involving blaming others and forgiving others When things go wrong people often make false accusations to get out of the way of the blame Curleys wifes death was not the complete fault of Lennie As is also true in the court system today Lennie would have a certain sentence facing charges of manslaughter even though the actions brought forth from Lennie were not intended or able to be stopped alone The main act of irresponsibility was George and Curleys wife George understands Lennies mental disabilities and was wrong in leaving him alone regardless of what he told him to do Also Curleys wife was aware Lennie was not right in the head and basically provoked him into her own death Of course Curleys wife did not know that this would escalate to the degree it did but knowing his disabilities should not have allowed him to touch her air or even hang out with him In our time many people like Lennie have been to blame for tragic acts but should not have been do to there disabilities Laws are in act and should be enforced in a political justice manner when dealing with the unordinary citizens Without a doubt all of us are equal and I am not discriminating anyone with challenges like Lennie but to be honest they just need a little bit more help and care If George was there watching Lennie like he should have been
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